Library and Arts

Guymon Public Library and Arts Center 


Home to a large collection which features all your favorite genres plus resources including foreign languages, genealogy, free wifi, computers, conference rooms, Career Planning, GED Guides, ESL, Citizenship, a STEAM Maker-Space, art displays, various rotating exhibits and numerous programs for all ages each year. 

It is located alongside a new Disc Golf Course and lighted walking trail in Cross Park, as well as the YMCA. 

Digital Catalog

 
Search the Guymon Public Library catalog, for books, e-books, periodicals, newspapers, audiobooks, etc, to reserve or renew items and access online databases, e-classes, and our virtual library - OverDrive, which features both free e-books and audio books.

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Community Programs


Communities are stronger when members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems. Community well being (economic, social, environmental and cultural) often evolves from this type of collective action being taken at a grassroots level.

The City of Guymon is a progressive partner working with local community and civic organizations to advocate for and find ways of improving residents' well being based on a model called Asset Based Community Development.

Programs and Projects include:
  • Leadership Development
  • Cultural Exchanges and Inclusion
  • Historic Preservation Development
  • Community Clean Ups
  • Community Beautification Programs
  • Retail Developments
  • Sales Tax Generation Incentives
  • Diversification of the Economy
  • Community Social and Well-Being Program Support
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Community Pride Initiatives
  • Housing Studies
  • Grant Research and Administration
  • ADA Infrastructure Development and Implementation
  • Arts and Culture District formation and Programming

Friends of the Library


Who Are the Friends?


A friend can be anyone that supports or library! We are book lovers, information seekers, readers, and listeners. We are young and old, with varying interests and backgrounds.

What Do Friends Do?


The friends help with library programs, raise funds for special purposes, volunteer to do projects, and promote community awareness of the library. Some friends are deeply involved, some lend moral support. All have the satisfaction of knowing they have joined with others in showing support for their library.


How Do I Join?


Just complete a form at the Library Circulation Desk. Membership fees are:
  • Individual - $5
  • Student - $3
  • Family - $10
  • Organization - $25
  • Lifetime - $50
You will begin receiving friends emails and notifications of meetings.We look forward to meeting you.

Library Survey


Please let us know how the Guymon Public Library meets your needs by taking a moment to complete the Library Survey.
  1. Library

    Physical Address
    1718 N Oklahoma
    Guymon, OK 73942

    Phone: 580-338-7330
    Fax: 580-338-2659

    Toll Free: (866) 821-4258

    Library Hours
    Monday – Thursday
    9:30 am – 7:00 pm

    Friday
    9:30 am – 5:00 pm

    Saturday
    9:30 am – 2:00 pm


Programs for Adults

  • Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative Webinars
  • Weekly Yoga
  • Trivia Night
  • Word Weavers (Writing Club)
  • Author Signings

Young Adult Programs


The Library and Arts Center is a welcoming space for young adults with:

  • Free wifi
  • Dozens of computers
  • Career Planning Center
  • ACT and SAT Guides
  • STEAM Maker Space specially designed for Teens
  • Art Displays
  • Exhibits
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We also have a snack area, dvds, and if you want to take an active break, we are located alongside a new Disc Golf Course in Cross Park, as well as the YMCA.

Programs for Children

  • Storytime
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Summer Reading Program


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